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Margot at the Wedding

Rated R for sexual content and language.

R 91min.
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Margot at the Wedding, writer/director Noah Baumbach's follow-up to his Oscar-nominated The Squid and the Whale, stars Nicole Kidman as Margot, a woman who travels with her son to the wedding of her sister (Jennifer Jason Leigh). Read More
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April 11, 2010
I've read critic reveiws, movie going public reveiws, and I've watched the movie twice..The first impression was this movie was hard to watch....Yet I felt like I was peeking into the lives of this family, at the center the sisters and their teenage children...So much of the movie rang true ....It could be disturbing, cringe inducing look at the relationships, between these characters....This is
May 22, 2008
The longest, most boring, most senseless movie I've seen in a long time. And- here's a tip for all you viewers out there- there never is a wedding! So if you're waiting for your misery to end by hanging on until you see "margot at the wedding" don't bother- I think the writer titled it that way so that people would watch it to the end. Two hours I'll never get back and never stop missing!
May 22, 2008
I have never walked out of a theater where the entire audience tells those in line DO NOT SEE THIS MOVIE. The movie was attrocious. The characters were undeveloped and the narrative random and scattered. There were many offensive and bizarre bits. The story line was confusing. There was nothing redeeming about this movie. The trailer portrayed the movie as a comedy. It was absolutely
May 22, 2008
Very disappointing -- strange story line and weird ending. I can't believe Nicole Kidman lowered herself to this one.
May 22, 2008
My wife and I read some reviews written by movie goers at the theater warning us NOT to see this movie. We laughed it off as non-sense amateur reviews.They were not kidding though. This horrid movie belongs in the trash along with the manic who backed it, the screwball who directed it, and the actors who agreed to perform in it. HORRIBLE story, boring presentation and disgusting

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